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Nepal January 2018 – trip update

Nepal 2 Week Group Trip  |  January 2018 Our first 2 Week Group Trip of 2018 started in Kathmandu, Nepal. Volunteers arrived on New Year's eve and were treated to 2 weeks of uninterrupted sunshine, blue skies and mountain views. What a way to start a new year! We were...

Peter Kyle, MP, supports VoluntEars

MP for Hove supports VoluntEars We are proud that VoluntEars has been endorsed by our local MP, Peter Kyle, after he met our Director, Richard Clowes, recently. Peter says: "I recently met Richard Clowes, the founder and Director of an organisation called VoluntEars,...

Mary Hare School Trip to Nepal in July 2017

Full update  |  Mary Hare School Nepal Tailor-made Group Trip  |  July 2017 This year we introduced our Tailor-made Group Trips. These trips are arranged especially for school or university groups, or a group of friends or colleagues who want a bespoke trip arranging...

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